April 26, 2021

Wullham Quarry

Due to the lack of timber on Panarium, one of the very first acts of the new settlers was to locate a source of stone to use as a building material. The distinctive lavender flecked rock of Panarium is now widely used in the construction of permanent structures in and around Wullham and the quarry providing this stone is now in full production. Here a sheep from a nearby flock has wandered down into the pit while workers continue to chip away at the quarry face.

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